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Find ideas in our nature and geography itineraries for Scotland. Use the inspiration to plan a trip in the great outdoors with amazing views, nature and lots to explore.

  • Millport, Cumbrae
    Millport, Cumbrae
  • Seabirds on Upper Loch Torridon
    Seabirds
  • The Bullers of Buchan, a collapsed sea cave
    The Bullers of Buchan – an amazing collapsed sea cave that can be seen on the Coastal Trail
  • Bow and Fiddle, Portknockie
    Bow and Fiddle, Portknockie
  • Loch Ness
    Loch Ness
Millport, Cumbrae

Cumbrae Sensory Trail

Follow the Cumbrae Sensory Trail for a chance to see the island’s picturesque sandy bays, beaches and bird and marine life.

A line of seabirds perched on the rocky foreshore of Loch Torridon

Wild Coastal Trail

Follow this trail around the Highland coastline to see a huge variety of sea life in Scotland, including whales and dolphins.

A small image of Dunnottar Castle during the day

Coastal Trail

Discover Scotland's magnificent north east coastline on this 165 mile-long trail along the coast of Aberdeenshire.

A woman photographing a dolphin breaking water on a boat trip on the Moray Firth

Moray Coast Trail

Explore the beautiful Moray Coast on this delightful walking trail with splendid views of the Moray Firth and the North Sea.

Looking down the length of Loch Ness

South Loch Ness Trail

The South Loch Ness Trail is a 28 mile trail stretching from Loch Tarff to Torbreck Woods on the outskirts of Inverness.

Looking over Loch Lomond to Ben Lomond

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park itinerary

Follow this four-day itinerary and be inspired by the natural beauty of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.

An aerial view of Loch Lomond

John Muir Way

Explore some of Scotland's most beautiful landscapes by walking, cycling or horse riding along the John Muir Way. Stretching from coast to coast across Scotland for 134 miles, the new John Muir Way takes in some truly stunning scenery.